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Hello, I'm Aaron...
« on: August 05, 2015, 01:30:46 AM »
Thanks for the hospitality tonight.  I enjoyed our talks and learned more about biohacking (like licking a raw steel plate), dulcimers and how practical effects meld with digital.  But mostly tiger jumpsuits...

I've got a couple of projects on plate (or shelf) right now, mostly centered on conceptualizing and building *real* IoT stories for industry (there is a lot of 8ull5hit in the space right now).  The projects generally showcase some aspect of the "machine" or their integration i.e.practical SOAP integration from relatively limited processing/low power devices, IoT integration models, RFID applied to consumer goods industry, etc...  At the end of the day, its all micros, soldering, machining brackets and writing code then wrapping it all in a industry-relevant package of bad-assery.  I'm doing solo right now cause that is how it gets done and I can control the message at micro and macro.     

In all honesty I'm deciding if I can add to the collective conscious from being a part of FamiLAB, but I am energized by just talking with the members and visitors about the possibilities.  I don't know how to do things half-assed.

I look forward to re-connecting with those I met and meeting other new folks at FamiLAB. 




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Re: Hello, I'm Aaron...
« Reply #1 on: August 05, 2015, 09:08:45 AM »
Welcome to the party! I definitely think you can add to our group consciousness and we look forward to seeing more of you. :)


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Re: Hello, I'm Aaron...
« Reply #2 on: August 05, 2015, 09:38:31 AM »
Welcome welcome! I dig IoT, but for more useful things than having a Linux kernel on a toaster, so I hope you go forth and prosper with your projects. Come out and hang any time man. We'd love to have you.

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